Investment Officer job at IFC

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IFC — a member of the World Bank Group — is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in emerging markets. We work in more than 100 countries, using our capital, expertise, and influence to create markets and opportunities in developing countries. In fiscal year 2023, IFC committed a record US$43.7 billion to private companies and financial institutions in developing countries, leveraging the power of the private sector to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity as economies grapple with the impacts of global compounding crises. For more information, visit

The Infrastructure and Natural Resources (INR) business line provides financing solutions to clients focused on the power, transport, telecoms and municipal and environmental infrastructure sectors. A strategic focus for the INR team in Asia Pacific is to support clients (both public at the subnational level and private sector clients) to find decarbonization solutions in these sectors and to ramp up investments in renewable energy, transport, telecoms, and urban infrastructure. IFC is seeking an Associate Investment Officer for its INR investment team, with expertise in one or more of renewable energy, transport, telecom, and urban infrastructure sectors. The selected candidate will focus on developing a high-quality pipeline of infrastructure projects, structuring, negotiating, and executing debt and equity investments for infrastructure projects and supervising portfolio investments, under the supervision of the Team Lead and Regional Industry Manager. The selected candidate would focus on growing the infrastructure business in Indonesia and will also get the opportunity to work more broadly across Asia Pacific.

Duties and Accountabilities:

The selected candidate will be a key member of the Asia Pacific infrastructure team and will work closely with colleagues in the region and in Washington, DC, on business development, transaction execution, portfolio supervision, and client relationship management.

The responsibilities of the Associate Investment Officer include but are not limited to:
•  Demonstrate a thorough understanding of finance and financial services. Broad sector experience in Infrastructure and Natural Resources is important.
•  Develop a thorough understanding of the infrastructure sector in Indonesia and together with senior members of the team, develop strong relationships with key local counterparts in the private and public sector as well as development partners and help ensure responsive client service and to enhance new business opportunities.
•  Proactively identify potential investment partners and opportunities based on industry experience, reputation, market potential, financial capability, and strategic fit.
•  Assess the attractiveness of specific investment opportunities with a strong focus on credit quality and development impact including creating financial models, analyzing historical and projected financial models and conducting industry and market research and assist in IFC’s business development efforts and make recommendations to IFC’s management.
•  Execute loan, equity, and mezzanine financings including processing mandates, conducting due diligence, structuring deals, negotiating terms and documentation, arranging syndications, and processing internal approvals.
•  Work closely with IFC’s specialists to manage environmental, social, technical, legal, insurance, corporate governance, and other risks in projects and champion IFC’s sustainability offerings to clients.
•  Monitor clients’ compliance with the terms of investment agreements, prepare timely supervision reports, identify early warning signs, and, when necessary, formulate/implement strategies for work-outs, restructurings or re scheduling.•  •  Provide high quality client service throughout the project cycle from transaction sourcing and processing to supervision.
•  Monitor macroeconomic indicators of sector and country market conditions as well as social and political information that are relevant to assigned portfolio.


Selection Criteria


•  MBA or equivalent degree with at least 4-8 years of relevant professional experience in investment, corporate banking, project finance, infrastructure project development, and/or equity investing.
•  Thorough understanding of economic and commercial trends, investment environment, and key private and public sector players in Indonesia and more broadly in Asia Pacific.
•  Strong analytical and financial structuring skills (including financial modeling experience) and sound business judgment.
•  Demonstrated client relationship skills including the ability to assist clients with project development and interact effectively with counterparts at all levels.
•  Appreciation of legal, technical, environmental, social, and other considerations in project and corporate finance.
•  Fluent in English. Knowledge of other languages spoken in Asia (including Bahasa Indonesia) will be an asset.
•  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•  Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills.
•  Skilled at project planning, analysis, and execution.
•  Ability to work in culturally diverse and geographically dispersed teams.
•  Proactive, self-motivated, and well-organized.
•  Ability to work well under time pressures with minimal instruction or supervision;


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Jakarta, Indonesia
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